Rabbi Avraham Steinberg
Rabbi Avraham Steinberg is the founding Rosh Mesivta of The Mesivta High School of Greater Philadelphia. Since 2004, he has served as the Rabbi of the Young Israel of the Main Line. Prior to that, he served as Assistant Rabbi at Congregation Ohab Zedek on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Throughout his rabbinic career, he has been active in education, teaching at Manhattan Day School, Caskey Torah Academy of Greater Philadelphia, the Talmudical Yeshiva of Philadelphia, and Kosloff Torah Academy High School for Girls. Among the subjects he has taught are Halacha, Chumash, Navi, Advanced Gemora, Homiletics, and Jewish Thought.
Rabbi Steinberg is the author of several seforim and articles in rabbinic and lay journals. A talmid of Yeshiva Shaar HaTorah for eight years, he has Semicha from that institution, as well as from the Machon LeTorah Ulehoraah; he was also granted Yadin-Yadin ordination. Rabbi Steinberg also earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Touro College.
In addition to serving as Rosh Mesivta, Rabbi Steinberg currently teaches Gemora and Halacha for the “Beis Medrash Kotton,” the highest shiur at the Mesivta.
Rabbi Steinberg, his wife, Dini, and their children live in Merion Station, PA.